James Cameron's epic sci-fi movie "Avatar" will soon be followed by three more sequels, with "Avatar 2" scheduled to hit movie theaters by the year's end of 2016.
The action adventure science fiction epic Na'vi film, "Avatar," which grossed $2.7 billion in the box office, has scheduled a release of its first sequel, "Avatar 2" on December 2016, with two additional sequels planned for release in December 2017 and December 2018.
Three years after the first film, "Avatar 2" follows the lives of Jake (Sam Worthington) and Neytiri (Zoe Zaldana) as they explore Polyphemus' other moons. Dr. Grace Augustine (Sigourney Weaver), whose human body died in the first film, will be making a return appearance in all three of the sequels. more >>
A Canada-based Baptist church had the burden – not to evangelize, but to encourage, empower and equip Filipino pastors in their respective missions and ministries in the Philippines.
Solid Rock Baptist Church, a local and independent church in Alberta, Canada recently held its fourth Pastor's School conference last week from February 23-27 at the Tagaytay Mission Camp, in Tagaytay City, Philippines.
With the theme "Rebuild: We Are Not Retreating; We Are Building Lives," the conference addressed some issues that hinder Filipino Baptist churches from experiencing the power of God, and being used by God to carry out His plan. more >>
Kim Jong Un has reportedly told the North Korean army to prepare for a "great war" with America and to "tear to pieces the stars and stripes," in response to military drills set to be carried out by the U.S. and South Korea.
"The prevailing situation where a great war for national reunification is at hand requires all the KPA (Korean People's Army) units to become (elite) Guard Units fully prepared for war politically and ideologically, in military technique and materially," the state Korean Central News Agency quotes Kim as saying.
AFP pointed out that on Friday the U.S. and South Korea conducted a joint naval drill, in preparation for much larger military exercises to come, in which 200,000 Korean and 3,700 U.S. troops will take part. more >>
An American blogger has been hacked to death by a "knife-wielding mob" in Dhaka, Bangladesh, police have said. Avijit Roy, an atheist, is believed to have been attacked for promoting secularism and criticizing religious extremism online, which has angered hardline Islamic groups.
"Avijit Roy has been killed the way other free thinker writers were killed in Bangladesh. No freethinker is safe in Bangladesh," blogger Taslima Nasreen, who left Bangladesh in the mid-1990s after receiving death threats from extremists, said about the killing.
"Islamic terrorists can do whatever they like. They can kill people with no qualms whatsoever." more >>
Filipino eight-division champion Manny Pacquiao has continued to play and coach Philippine professional basketball in the midst of training for his fight with undefeated American fighter Floyd Mayweather, Jr. in the spring.
Manny Pacquiao, who has a seat in Philippine House of Representatives, is also a playing coach for the Kia Motors Philippine Basketball Association team. According to Filipino news site, ABS-CBN Pacquiao is adamant about remaining part of the team, and is currently gearing up for a game against Talk N' Text while in the middle of training for his May 2 fight with Floyd Mayweather, Jr.
According to Pacquiao, his basketball games will serve as "cross training" to help him with "footwork and balancing." This was announced despite the PBA and KIA releasing a statement they intend to give Pacquiao a much-needed break to focus on training for the Mayweather bout. more >>
Flight MH370 search news and updates indicate that the missing airline might have been deliberately taken off its course by someone in the cockpit.
The Daily Mail U.K. cited in their report a new documentary claim revealing the satellite data from the downed plane suggesting that it continued to fly for hours after it was reported to have lost contact. Upon careful examination of the new evidences, it was found out that the MH370 "made three turns after the last radio call, first a turn to the left, then two more, taking the plane west, then south towards Antarctica."
Malcolm Brenner, who claims to be an expert in determining causes of aviation disasters, said that those unexplainable turns "strongly suggest" that someone in the cockpit has been "deliberately" taking the Boeing aircraft off its course. more >>